Colorado is filled with a ton of great places to live. 

There’s plenty of great small towns dotted across the state you can visit when you’re bored

Of course, there’s also a slew of amazing mountain towns that make Colorado the state it is. In fact, Colorado has 9 of the top 50 mountain towns in the entire country.

However, there are only a few towns that offer a safe environment as well. Fortunately, PropertyClub.com compiled a list that answers just that. Here are the top 5 safest towns in all of Colorado. 

Fifth Safest Town in Colorado: Cherry Hills Village

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Cherry Hills Village is a suburb directly south of Denver, and has a total population of 6,400 people

In terms of crime statistics, Cherry Hills Village has a crime rate of 1,077 per 100,000 residents, which PropertyClub.com notes is 67% lower than the national average. 

However, there is quite a steep price for living here. According to bestplaces.net, the average house in Cherry Hills Village is $2,706,800, which is 700.6% higher than the national average. 

Fourth Safest Town in Colorado: Severance

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Taking the fourth spot is Severance, which sits directly to the east of Fort Collins and Timnath. It has a total population of 12,489, and is projected to continue to grow considerably as the years roll on. 

Overall, Severance has an average total crime rate that sits 77% lower than the national average. 

It also is much more affordable than Cherry Hills Village, with the average home costing $522,300. While that falls right in line with Colorado standards, it still is 54.5% higher than the national average. 

Third Safest Town in Colorado: Milliken

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Milliken is a town in Weld County that’s southeast of Loveland, and has a total population of 9,813.

According to PropertyClub, Milliken has a crime rate that sits 81% lower than the national average. 

If you’re looking for a house in Milliken, the average cost sits at $428,900, which is 18.6% less than the state average. 

Second Safest Town in Colorado: Frederick

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Frederick is another town in Weld County, and is Northeast of Boulder. It has a total population of 19,862

According to PropertyClub, it has a crime rate of 414 per 100,000, which places it 82% lower than the national average. 

The average house in Frederick goes for $535,700, which is just above the average cost in Colorado. 

Safest Town in Colorado: Brush

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Brush, Colorado is a small town off I76 that’s east of Fort Morgan. It has a total population of 5,252 people

It easily has the lowest crime rate in Colorado, with a crime rate of 111 out of 100,000. That means it is 93% safer than the national average.

It is also extremely affordable as well, with the average home going for 290,300, which is 14.1% less than the national average.

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